According to PETA president Ingrid Newkirk’s latest Manifesto of Crazy letter to the editor, the hoarders are not only coming, they…:
[…]are now trying to impose their hoarding compulsions on animal shelters.
Holy Compulsive Disorder Batman! Ms. Newkirk tells us that these places, FKA “no kill shelters”, are now called “hoarding facilities”<—–SKEERY! Here’s what we’ll find inside the Hoarding Facilities:
[…]dogs and cats, sick and healthy, old and young, face extreme crowding and neglect that reduces them to withdrawn and pathetic wrecks.
[…]crowding means that diseases flourish, causing misery[…]
Life in a cramped, filthy cage is not a “rescue.”
Oh. My. Science.
Pathetic wrecks, flourishing disease, filthy cages – it’s all so… viscerally disturbing. (It’s all I can do to stop myself from writing a check to PETA right now!) And you’ll notice, according to the Diary of a Madman letter to the editor – There are no exceptions. No mention is made of any good no kill shelters. Apparently there are none. Just Hoarding Facilities run by people with untreated mental illness who are able to “bully authorities into adopting magical-sounding ‘no-kill’ policies that do animals no favors.”
To be honest, I didn’t realize city councils, police and elected officials could be so easily bullied – apparently anyone with a compulsive disorder can do it. Thanks for the tip Ingrid Newkirk! Thanks too for saving thousands of pets a year from misery and disease inside a cramped cage by summarily killing them without offering them to the public for adoption. Keep up your mass killings in the name of benevolence! And keep banging out those letters to the editor on your manual typewriter inside your little shack in the woods. We totally heart the unhinged.